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index 111 American Broadcasting Company (ABC): creation of The Fugitive, 9, 11–12, 14, 35; response to regulatory climate, 9, 23, 31, 97. See also Goldenson, Leonard American justice system, 16, 22, 44; critique of, 66, 67, 69–70; liberalization, 66–67. See also Warren Court Anderson, Richard, 30 Arab oil embargo, 74–75 Armer, Alan, 21 Arts & Entertainment Network, 8–9 authority, 10, 66, 70–72; distrust of, 71, 72, 95 Bacall, Lauren, 17 Bakula, Scott, 86, 87 Beat movement, 25, 27–28, 43, 47 Bellisario, Donald P., 86 Berry, Chuck, 41 Bertinelli, Valerie, 89 Big Heat, The (Fritz Lang), 73 Bixby, Bill, 83 Bogart, Humphrey, 17 Brando, Marlon, 41 Bruce, Lenny, 43 Bus Stop (William Inge), 2n97, 23, 29–30 Camus, Albert, 4 capitalism, corporate, 42, 73, 91, 94; global, 92, 92–93, 94 Chase, The (Arthur Penn), 5n98, 70 Cheyenne, 23, 24 children: leaving home, 45; Kimble as surrogate parent, 4n97, 27, 51 civil rights movement, 33, 56, 71–72 cold war, 4, 22–23, 35–36, 39; The Fugitive as critique of, 35–36 Columbia Pictures, 13 Colvin, Jack, 83–84 Conrad, William, 2, 36, 77 countercultural movement, 3n97, 41, 43, 74, 79, 82 Crucible, The (Arthur Miller), 46 Dallas, 7 Dark Passage, 17–18 02 Pierson BM.indd 111 10/27/11 12:05 PM 112 Index Davis, Andrew, 9, 90 Dean, James, 1, 41 Defenders, The, 8, 31–32, 67 Dodd congressional hearings, 23 Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder), 35 Downey, Roma, 88 Dragnet, 2 Dye, John, 88–89 Easy Rider (Dennis Hopper), 5n97, 70 Ehrenreich, Barbara, 49, 52 Ellul, Jacques, 63–64 family: ambivalence to, 89; as spiritual balm, 89 F.B.I., The, 20, 22 Feminine Mystique, The, 49 Ferrigno, Lou, 83 Force of Evil (Abraham Polonsky), 73 Ford, Glenn, 73 Ford, Harrison, 9, 90, 94 French, Victor, 85 Friedan, Betty, 49 Fugitive, The (ABC): as existential series, 4, 34–35; final episode, 7, 77; generic roots of, 24–37; guest stars, 30–31, 33; as melodrama, 26–27; as noir series (see TV noir); parodies of, 6, 8; pilot episode, 18–19; popularity of, 1–2, 8, 9; program imitators, 6 Fugitive, The (CBS), 9 Fugitive, The (movie), 8–9, 10, 14; as conspiratorial thriller, 91, 92–93; similarities and differences to the TV series, 93–94 Fulbright, William J., 64 Garfield, John, 73 Gazzara, Ben, 78, 79, 82 Gerard, Philip (ABC series character): as husband, 54–55; as middle-class professional, 57–58; as “obsessive” police detective, 2, 3, 16, 17, 22, 57–58, 59, 91; as an “organization man,” 57; as parent, 58; similarities to Hugo’s Javert, 16 Ginsberg, Allen, 41 Godfather, The (Francis Ford Coppola), 73 Goldenson, Leonard, 11, 12, 23 Goldwater, Barry, 42–43 Goodis, David, 17–18 Hangman’s Knot (Roy Huggins), 12 Have Gun Will Travel, 24–25 Highway to Heaven, 7, 75, 78, 84–85, 86, 88 Hollywood blacklisting, 15–16, 67 House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), 15–16 Huggins, Roy: creator of The Fugitive, 1n97, 6, 9, 11–12, 14, 18–19, 23, 25, 35, 39; creator of Run for Your Life, 78; early career, 12–13; rebuttal to Minow’s speech, 23 Human Desire (Fritz Lang), 35 humanism, secular, 17 humanistic perspective, 63, 74 Incredible Hulk, The, 7, 75, 83–84 individualism, 10, 42, 46, 48–49, 72; expressive, 43–44, 45, 47, 82; loss of, 42, 43, 95; middleclass , 44; mythic, 44; radical, 47, 48; and realism, 45–46 International, The, 92–93 02 Pierson BM.indd 112 10/27/11 12:05 PM 113 Index Janssen, David: acting in The Fugitive, 1, 3–4, 20, 82; early career, 3, 20; relationship to Quinn Martin, 20 Johnson, Lyndon B., 42–43 Jones, Tommy Lee, 9, 90–91 Kennedy, John F ., 3, 25, 28, 56 Kerouac, Jack, 25, 41. See also Beat movement Kimble, Richard (ABC series character): as alienated “victimhero ,” 4, 35, 41, 43–44, 56, 79, 95–96; as husband, 4n97, 15, 48, 50–51, 53; as middle-class professional, 35, 50, 57; as physician, 14, 33, 35, 58, 64, 66; similarities to Goodis’s Parry, 17–18; similarities to Hugo’s Valjean, 16, 17; as wandererredeemer (see wanderer-redeemer tradition); as western hero, 25 King, Martin Luther Jr., 71 Landon, Michael, 84, 85 love, romantic, 10, 49 Lynch, David (Twin Peaks), 8 Maharis, George, 25 marriage: and divorce, 48, 49, 54; effects of careerism on, 55, 56, 57; Gerard’s marriage, 54–55; Kimble’s marriage, 27, 48...

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9780814336106
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9780814334294
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777565710
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136
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2012-02-08
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English
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